Wanda Realm Hotel slashes cost of buffet to entice guests
Wanda Realm Hotel in Harbin, Heilongjiang province has slashed the cost of buffet at its western restaurant in a promotion starting July 21 to August 6.
The deluxe restaurant is offering a “Buy three get one free” buffet dinner which start as early as 5:30 pm each day during the promotion.
Custom cuisines offered during the seven consecutive days include roasted meats, special desserts and Bak Chor Mee from Singapore.
To spice the promotion, a belly dance will be performed every Friday, and the head chefs of Chinese, Western and Japanese cuisines will take part in cooking competitions, using the same ingredients for different dishes. Diners will choose their favorite chef after the competition. In addition a grand prize winner will be chosen in a lucky draw and the winner will be offered a free table.
Opening in September 2013, Harbin Wanda Realm Hotel promises to offer high-quality services and facilities including meeting rooms, swimming pools, fitness rooms, and restaurants to customers.
Chen Yaobin, manager of the hotel with rich management experience, said the hotel attaches great importance to customer satisfaction.
Harbin Wanda Realm Hotel offers “Buy three get one free” buffet dinner at 5:30 pm in its western restaurant from July 21 to August 6. [Photo/China Daily]
Roast mutton chops are provided in Harbin Wanda Realm Hotel from July 21 to August 6. [Photo/China Daily]
Roast suckling pigs are provided in Harbin Wanda Realm Hotel from July 21 to August 6. [Photo/China Daily]
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